Roughin' it in the great outdoors
Guidebooks tell us where to go
Winnebego Warrior

Slow down traffic climbing hills
30 gallons to the mile
Honey, quick, the Polaroid


(chorus)
Winnebago Warrior
Brave as old John Wayne
Winnebago Warrior
A true yankee pioneer


Stop at Stuckey's for a meal
Blab all day on the CB
Winnebago Warrior


Littered campgrounds, folding chairs
Feed Doritos to the bears
Honey, quick, the Polaroid


(chorus)


Kill some fish down by the creek
Hang their picture by the sink
Show your grandson who's the boss


Tie your two tote-goats to the fronts
U-haul trailer full of souvenirs
That you buy along the way
(chorus)


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    General CommentOK, way I take this song is people think they're roughing it in the outdoors (to quote the first line) but really, they have almost all the other modern comodities they're used to, and really aren't roughing it like they think. And that they're being just plain old idiots about the environment.
    battybat17on September 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe high-pitched wailing is AMAZING
    WeGaveEmHellon December 19, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think this song is meant to bring down all those old losers who drive those craped up shit piles who litter camp grounds, kill animals and take their picture to make people jelous, and like to hang out in the not so great outdoors.
    Johnny_Blitzkriegon February 11, 2005   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThe girl doing the high pitched vocals is Jello's ex wife. She left him for some other singer.
    hadouken36on July 27, 2006   Link

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